Accessible Himalayas

Travelling to Nepal now makes perfect sense as the political unrest is a thing of the past. We provide world class accommodation and plan holiday activities which will address all the accessibility needs of our patrons. Of course, we welcome patrons of all ages and ability levels.

Lets Travel With Us
  • 1ST DAY :

    pick up from Airport to home stay -my house model house for accessible

  • 2ND DAY :breakfast and visit to Panauti

    Speaking about Panauti,Panauti is a small town of around 6000 Newari caste people with minority of others. It is rich with numerous Newari culture and festival, similar to that practiced in Kathmandu valley plus its own numerous distinctive festival and events. It is renowned for its religious sites contains large number of artistic temples, stupas ad other religious monuments all of which has made Panauti the most artistic and touristy site of Nepal after Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. The other five village surrounding Panauti are dominant with Nepali cast people. They have their rich and ages old cultures and festival different to that of Newari people, Tamang people and ethnical group are scattered in few numbers in the municipality. The municipality spreading merely in 95 square kilometer with population of 26000 has three different languages spoken. Thus Panauti municipality may be considered as the culture destination for all. Besides that, Panauti has a lot more than that on offer to explore and marvel at.

  • Namobuddha :for lunch ——–

    Namo Buddha is a beautiful place. There is no need to exaggerate this. The place is very quiet and pure. Its environment is very clean, with no pollution, and the natural air is so fresh, cool and healthy. It is also the right place for meditation and practice. In the morning when you wake up, you can see a beautiful sunrise. In the evening you can see a wonderful sunset. You can enjoy snow-covered Himalayan ranges which look so amazing and pure.From the Buddhist point of view, Namo Buddha is one of the most important religious sites in Nepal. There are three major Buddhist pilgrimage sites: Boudha Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa and Namo Buddha.


    RETURN TO HOME STAY

  • 3rd day :Sunshine view from Dhulikhel have a breakfast–

    Go to Helambbu valley after breakfast have a lunch there and see many old monastery near a mountain range see the real village in Nepal which was recently destroyed from The Earthquake date:2015

  • 4th day :breakfast and travel to Kathmandu Pashupati temple–

    Popular temple for Hindu god and it is also in world heritage from Pashupatinath.

    Then we go Boudhanath for lunch

    And go to Basantapur Durbar Square

    Patan Darbar Square from Basantapur

  • 5TH DAY : fly to Pokhara stay one nights in Pokhara fewa lake

    Peace pagoda and sarrangkot bunji jumping fly to mountain fly and many more ADVENTURE

  • 6TH DAY :Will go to Chitwan national park one night’s stay there

  • 7TH DAY :Will go to Chitwan national park one night’s stay there

  • 8TH DAY :Will go to Lumbini birth place of Gautama Buddha stay there

  • 9TH DAY :Back to our place

  • 10TH DAY :Go to Kathmandu for gift shopping and more visiting in city

  • 11TH DAY :Back to departure

  • We will organize sports for your interested with the disabled people in Kathmandu or near where you stay it is depend upon you and your choice and also take a tour to show how Nepali disabled people are livening in community
    If you want more five days we can add to visit:
    Jiri takes two days more
    Muktinath 3 days more